Hotel Royal Corin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the gate. You are cinched in so tight that as soon as the gate opens you feel like you might topple over. But I appreciate the fact that there isn't slack since I don't want to hit the platform on my return swing. The drop-off is only about 25 feet but about 15 feet past the landing zone it is straight down. Awesome. I lean forward and let out a blood curdling scream. Adrenaline rides are so much better when you scream. :) For a second I feel like I am free falling ...
... the hot springs. They basically looked like amazingly-decorated swimming pools, with fake rocks and landscaped gardens. But the water was piped in from the hot springs and very warm!
The bottom pool was the largest, and it had a wet bar, meaning that one edge of the pool was a bar, with bar stools inside the water. I had seen one of these on a cruise before, and always wanted to drink at one. So the wet bar was our first destination. And drinks were soon had. It was very ...
... tours roll in. They look very inappropriately dressed and we laugh thinking of how cold they will be inside the forest in about an hour when the arvo wind and rain kicks in. Fatigued and hungry, we have lunch and retreat to the room with the weather worse for wear. Even inside our room was freezing, let alone in the wind and rain outside. We kill some time watching Gravity as we had never seen it. Never getting those few hours of our lives back. ...
... have new granted a visual spectacular of the most stunning sunset ever. The sky is full of yellows, pinks and purples, and absolutely stunning. What an amazing welcome to Monteverde. We finally reach my accommodation, Camino Verde B&B, and I couldn't be happier to have my feet on the ground. And early night is definitely in order before an exciting day tomorrow. Day 1 in the clouds My day starts with an early breakfast followed by a walking tour of the Monteverde ...
... these roads a run for their money! With the dash board rattling, our luggage bouncing around the back of the car and the esky squeaking its way to never never land we devoured the kms to our destination faster than a fat kids with a box of popcorn!
Eventually we arrived in Monteverde, checked into our cute little hostel private room and I parked the car out back. Then the rain came… it poured for about 2 hours, and Big Jim was loving the indirect ...